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2005-06 Concordia Women's Hockey Schedule Now Online.
- Tentative Cobber 2005-06 Women's Hockey Schedule

March 8
The College Sporting News Feature on Lindsay Czarnecki.
- MIAC Profiles of Excellence - Lindsay Czarnecki
Minnesota prides itself in being “The State of Hockey,” and most casual fans associate the sport with cold, snowy northern climates like Minnesota or Canada. This makes it ironic that Lindsay Czarnecki, one of the all-time top scorers to ever take the ice for Concordia College, hails not from Minnesota or nearby Canada, but from sunny southern California.

Lindsay grew up in Riverside, a city of just under 300,000 about 40 miles east of Los Angeles. Her father works for FOX Sports and is involved in the behind-the-scenes production work for their coverage of the NFL. He previously worked for CBS Sports in a similar capacity. She is the youngest of three sisters. “My oldest sister, Scarlet, wasn’t a big athlete,” said Lindsay. “She’s a nurse now. My other sister, Vanessa, played softball at Fresno State, a Division I school. Because our mom was born in Greece, she was able to play on the Greek team in the 2004 Summer Olympics.”(More)
 
March 1
Lindsay Czarnecki Earns MIAC Postseason Honors for the 3rd Straight Season!
- Complete List of MIAC All-Conference and Postseason Awards
Concordia women's hockey senior captain Lindsay Czarnecki (Riverside, Calif.) was honored by the MIAC for the third straight season as she was named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team. It is also the third consecutive season that she has been awarded with all-conference honorable mention honors. She becomes the 12th player in the history of the women's program to be selected to the MIAC All-Conference Team. 

Czarnecki led the team in scoring in 2004-05. She finished the overall season with 10 goals and eight assists for 18 points. Her point total is the second highest in her career. Last season she finished with 22 points (14 goals/8 assists). In conference play she netted eight goals and six assists. Two of her eight goals were scored on the power play.(More

February 26
Cobbers Drop Season Finale 3-1 to St. Mary's. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
WINONA-- Concordia capped their 2004-05 season by allowing a goal with under four minutes to play in the game to break a 1-1 tie and lost 3-1 to St. Mary's. With the win, the Cardinals clinch an MIAC playoff spot for the fifth consecutive season. 

The two teams skated through two periods of nearly even play. Both teams scored on a power play and both were 1-for-3 in man-advantage situations. The only difference cam in the shot total where the Cardinals held a 27-19 edge.(More)
 
February 25
Cobbers Battle to 2-2 Tie With Playoff-Seeking St. Mary's.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
WINONA-- Concordia scored a goal in each of the first two periods and then battled to a 2-2 overtime with St. Mary's in Winona. The tie snaps a three-game losing streak and earns Concordia a crucial point in the MIAC standings. With the tie, the Cobbers nudge into eighth place in the league, breaking a tie with Hamline. 

Concordia is now 3-12-2 in the MIAC and 4-17-2 overall. The tie also puts the Cardinals playoff-clinching celebration on ice for a night. Entering the game, St. Mary's needed one win in the final two games to clinch the fifth, and final, spot in the MIAC playoffs. The Cardinals are now 6-8-3 in league play and 9-12-3 overall.(More)

February 19
Cobbers Lose Final Home Game of the Season 5-3 to St. Olaf.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
Concordia played one of their best periods of the season in the first frame against St. Olaf, building a 2-1 lead and getting several quality chances against the third-place Oles. That all changed in the second period as the Cobbers allowed a pair of power play goals and ended up losing to St. Olaf 5-3. 

The two goals in the middle period were a part of a four-goal string by the Oles - three of which were scored on the power play. Concordia scored the final goal of the game but was unable to recapture any of their first-period magic and ended up falling by two.(More)
 
February 18
Cobbers Fall to Playoff-Bound St. Olaf 3-1.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
MOORHEAD--Concordia gave up two goals in the first 10 minutes of play and could never recover as they lost to St. Olaf 3-1. With the win, the Oles clinch a spot in the playoffs for the second straight season. The victory also locks up third place for St. Olaf. The Oles can’t catch the two frontrunners, Gustavus and St. Thomas, and can’t be caught by any team fighting for the fourth and fifth place spots. 

The Cobbers, winless in their last six league games, see their MIAC record fall to 3-11-1 and their overall mark slide to 4-16-1. St. Olaf improves to 10-4-1 in league play and 12-8-1 in all games.(More)

February 12
Possessed Cobbers Give Up Alien-Like Goal in Last Minute and Lose 4-3 to Bethel. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
MOORHEAD-- For the second game in a row the final 30 seconds in the game reared its ugly head for the Cobbers. Like an alien appearing from inside the body of an unsuspecting human in a science fiction horror film, the Cobbers were terrorized by a goal in the dying seconds of the game for the second consecutive contest.

On Friday it was a pair of goals in the final 35 seconds that enable Bethel to gain a tie with the Cobbers. On Saturday, the Royals scored a goal at the 19:30 mark and came away with a 4-3 victory.(More)
 
February 11
Cobbers Snatch a Tie Out of the Jaws of Victory.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)
MOORHEAD-- With :36 remaining in the game, Concordia held a 2-0 and it looked as if the Cobbers would gain their fifth win of the season and snap their three-game losing streak with a shutout. Unfortunately for Concordia a college hockey game lasts a full 60 minutes. In the waning seconds of the game, Bethel unbelievably scored a pair of goals and snatched a sure victory away from the Cobbers. The two teams skated for an extra five minutes of overtime before finally settling for the 2-2 tie. 

The tie does put a halt to Concordia's three-game skid. The Cobbers are now 3-9-1 in league play and 4-14-1 overall. Buoyed by their last-second heroics, the Royals improve their record to 2-9-2 in the MIAC and 2-12-2 overall.(More)

February 5
Cobbers Come Down With a Bad Case of Gustie Fever, Fall 6-0 at #5 Gustavus.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
February 4
Cobbers Start Great But Eventually Succumb to #5 Gustavus 7-1. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 22
Two Early-Game Goals Cost Cobbers Chance at Series Sweep.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program(word)
 
January 21
Winter Storm Can't Keep Cobbers From Blanking Hamline 5-0. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program(word)

January 15
Powerless Cobbers Fall to St. Thomas for the Second Straight Day 6-0.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
January 14
Four-Goal Second Period Crushes Cobbers in 6-0 Defeat at #8 St. Thomas.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score

January 8
Stonewall Johnson Turns In Another Stellar Performance But Cobbers Get Blanked 5-0. 
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score
 
January 7
Johnson's 49-Save Performance Not Enough As Cobbers Fall to #9 UW-Superior 3-2.
Gameday: Gameday Recap - Box Score - Action Pictures - Gameday Program (word)

January 2
The College Sporting News MIAC Women's Hockey Roundup.
- MIAC Women's Hockey Roundup
 
December 12
Mistake-Free Cobbers Shutout St. Ben's 2-0. 
Box Score: St. Ben's 0 at Concordia 2 - Action Pictures

December 11
Special Teams Doom Cobbers in 3-1 Loss to St. Ben's.
Box Score: St. Ben's 3 at Concordia 1 - Action Pictures
 
December 4
Second Period Offensive Explosion Keys Cobbers Win Over St. Kate's.
Box Score: Concordia 6 at St. Kate's 3

December 3
Early Period Goals Hurt Cobbers in 3-1 Loss to St. Kate's.
Box Score: Concordia 1at St. Kate's 3
 
November 29
Ashley Anderson Named MIAC Player of the Week!
Concordia freshman forward Ashley Anderson (Fr., Fargo, N.D.) was named the MIAC Women's Hockey Player of the Week for her two-game performance against Lake Forest (Ill.) last weekend. It is the first time in her career that she has won the award, and she becomes the first Cobber player to win the award since Lindsay Czarnecki (Sr., Riverside, Calif.) won the award on February 2.

Anderson scored two of Concordia’s three goals in a weekend split with Lake Forest. In the Cobbers' 2-1 win on Friday, Anderson scored the game-winning goal with 11:11 left in the game as the Cobbers rebounded from a 1-0 third period deficit to earn their first win of the season. In Saturday’s 2-1 loss, Anderson scored the team's lone goal of the game. The score came on the power play in the second period to give Concordia a 1-0 lead. 

Anderson currently leads the Cobbers with three goals in six games this season.

November 27
Cobbers Lose on a Shorthanded Goal in the Final Period
Box Score: Concordia 1, Lake Forest 2
 
November 26
Ever-Improving Cobbers Use Two-Goal Third Period to Cut Down Lake Forest 2-1.
Box Score: Concordia 2, Lake Forest 1

November 20

Cobbers Give Up Four Unanswered Goals and Lose 4-1 to Augsburg.
Box Score: Concordia 1, Augsburg 4
 
November 19
Cobbers Give Up Three in the First and Lose 6-3 to Augsburg. 
Box Score: Concordia 3, Augsburg 6

November 14
Cobbers Score First, But Can't Contain UW-Stevens Point and Fall 5-1.
Box Score: Concordia 1, UW-Stevens Point 5
 
November 13
Cobbers Run Into Nationally-Ranked UW-Stevens Point Buzzsaw, Lose 7-0.
Box Score: Concordia 0, UW-Stevens Point 7

2004-05 Cobber Women's Hockey Preview
- Complete 2004-05 Concordia Women's Hockey Preview
 
November 7
Cobbers Fall 2-1 to Robert Morris in Exhibition Game. 

7/20 Insurance, Returning Athlete, & 1st Year Participation Forms are Now Online.
 

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